ASES honors persons making significant contributions to the Society and generally within the field of solar and renewable energy each year.
We are now accepting awards and fellows nominations. The awards banquet will be held October 10, 2017 at ASES SOLAR 2017 at the St. Cajetan’s on the campus of University of Colorado, Denver.
ASES confers five separate awards, as well regularly naming new Fellows. The 2016 award winners are listed/pictured below.
Any member of ASES who has been a member for at least ten consecutive years and has served with distinction in the advancement of solar energy utilization by way of research, education, public service, and/or service to ASES, is eligible for nomination to the grade of Fellow of ASES.
2016 ASES Fellow Inductee: Gabriela Martin
The winner will have made a significant contribution to the American Solar Energy Society or to the field of solar energy. No geographical limitations are imposed and the winner need not be a member of the society.
Honors pioneers in the passive solar design field who have set the stage for others to follow. Honorees are men and women who developed the theories, early research efforts, new concepts, and opportunities for later researchers to follow. Their foresight, innovative thinking, and creativity opened the doors for others.
This award recognizes special contributions to the American Solar Energy Society. It honors those whose volunteer efforts on behalf of the society have significantly advanced ASES’s ability to meet its mission.
The recipient of this award/scholarship must be a graduate student concentrating his or her program in the field of solar energy, and be a current member of the American Solar Energy Society. The student’s graduate program should emphasize solar and the application must include an explanation of the applicant’s future plans in the field.
The recipient is recognized as making a significant contribution to the acceptance and advancement of women in the field of solar energy development or deployment.
(Not awarded in 2014, 2015 and 2016) The primary requirement for the Hoyt Clarke Hottel Award is that the recipient has made a significant contribution to the technology in any area of the solar energy field. Hottel Award nominees may have been involved in the development of useful analytical models; the discovery, development, or improvement of energy conversion processes; or the widespread implementation of solar energy technology.